Your phone as password
Both security and ease of use, nothing sacrificed
You want it to be easy to use, and you probably have one password for all sites. And you know it is insecure.
Teddy provides the same ease of use, but with much better security. With Teddy, login to any site is as easy as tapping one button on your phone.
See what it looks like (silent video):
Try it for yourself by installing a browser extension on your computer and TeddyID app on your phone.
How to use it
Add "TeddyID Password Manager" extension to your browser:
After adding the extension you will see instructions for installing and pairing TeddyID app on your phone.
You can try the browser extension free of charge for 30 days. Then, if you liked it, you pay just $0.99 for your lifetime license. Bookmarklet is always free.
You are secure because login requires two devices that you own: your computer and your phone. An attacker will have a hard time trying to get hold of both at the same time.
Each password is encrypted and saved (with your consent) when you use it for the first time. When you sign up for a new site, you don't have to type a password even once: Teddy will generate a complex unbreakable password for you.
More secure than passwords
With Teddy, you are more secure than with passwords that you have to type in manually, because:
- You are not forced to choose weak passwords that are easier to remember
- You are not forced to use the same password on multiple sites
- You never manually type your passwords, hence they are not available to keyloggers, and nobody can get the password by looking "over your shoulder"
With Teddy, you are more secure than with passwords saved in your browser, because:
- Your passwords are never saved unecrypted
- A second device — your phone — is required to decrypt and use your passwords
Where are the passwords stored?
Nowhere. Passwords are encrypted, and encryption result consists of two parts that are saved in different places:
- ciphertext — we save it on our servers,
- encryption key — it stays on your computer.
This is similar to door key cut into two parts. To use it, you need to get both parts and join them together. We store one of the parts — the ciphertext, and send it to your computer only after receiving confirmation from your phone. Then your computer joins the two parts together — decrypts the password.
We use industry standard AES-256 and RSA-2048 encryption algorithms to secure your passwords both in storage and in transit. What's more, we designed the whole system in a way that your passwords never enter our servers in clear text (unencrypted), so even we don't know your passwords.
If you want to know exactly how we secure your passwords and you have a basic knowledge of web technologies and cryptography, read the technical description of TeddyID password manager.
Available on any device
You can use TeddyID Password Manager on all your desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and phones. no need to sync passwords across many devices, this happens automatically once you pair a new device. A password that is saved on one of your devices will be immediately available on all other your devices.Try now